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Old August 11th, 2011, 05:16 AM   #3861
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HAECO boosted by air travel rebound
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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co (0044) posted a 25.7 percent jump in interim net profit as a rebound in the aviation industry boosted demand for aircraft maintenance services.

But a delay in spare parts supply is clouding the second-half outlook.

Net profit for the six months ended June 30 reached HK$425 million - or HK$2.56 per share - up from HK$338 million a year ago.

Interim dividend rose 55.6 percent to 70 HK cents from 45 HK cents.

Despite the sharp jump in the interim dividend, the final dividend will not increase at the same rate, and may well be lower than that of the previous year, said chairman Christopher Pratt.

"[The increase] is intended to align the interim and final dividends to an approximate ratio of one-third and two- thirds of dividends for the year," Pratt added.

The firm saw strong local demand for heavy maintenance of airframes and line maintenance services. HAECO's Hong Kong operation booked a 29 percent growth in profit to HK$195 million for the first half.

Its mainland unit, Taikoo (Xiamen) Aircraft Engineering Co, is expected to see reduced capacity use as the company opens a sixth hangar, Pratt said.

"Forward bookings for TAECO's airframe heavy maintenance in the second half are weak," he said. Its joint ventures in the mainland are expected to continue to be adversely affected by weak demand. But for the first half, the mainland arm saw a 100 percent growth in profit to HK$78 million.

Total turnover rose 24 percent to HK$2.54 billion, with 14 percent growth in the Hong Kong arm and a 45 percent jump in Xiamen operations.

The company had a staff count of 13,691 as of June 30, up 5 percent from December 31. Shares of HAECO fell 3.4 percent to HK$100.50 yesterday.
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Old August 12th, 2011, 06:27 PM   #3862
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Old August 13th, 2011, 07:34 PM   #3863
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New handover point through Pearl River Delta Region
Friday, August 12, 2011
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The civil aviation authorities of the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao have made concerted efforts in establishing an additional handover point between the Hong Kong and Guangzhou Flight Information Regions (FIRs). Named "LANDA", the new handover point will deal with flights transiting through Hong Kong FIR and landing at Shenzhen with effect from September 22, thus achieving a further step in the continuing enhancement of the Pearl River Delta (PRD)'s airspace management.

Through the tripartite co-operation platform, the Civil Aviation Department (CAD) will continue working with the Mainland and Macao civil aviation authorities in formulating improvement measures, with a view to gradually enhancing the PRD's peripheral flight route structure and actively promoting co-operation and exchange in regional air traffic management to rationalise flight routes and flight procedures design. This will further enhance efficiency in the use of PRD airspace to cater for the ongoing rapid growth in the volume of air traffic across the region.

Presently, these flights for Shenzhen are transiting through the busiest airspace around Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). As the new handover point and its associated air routes are located away from this airspace sector, traffic complexity around the HKIA will be significantly reduced, thereby enhancing air traffic management efficiency.

After the introduction of this new handover point, the total number of handover points for flights operating through the PRD airspace will increase from the existing two entries (from Hong Kong to the Mainland) and one exit (from the Mainland to Hong Kong) to three entries and one exit (please refer to the attached photo). The new handover point will alleviate the burden on the existing handover points and around 18 per cent of the route capacity will be released for use by flights originating from Hong Kong for the Mainland. This is conducive to the continued growth of air traffic between the Mainland and Hong Kong.

The civil aviation authorities of the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao will continue to study and implement enhancement measures to further rationalise the airspace design and management of the PRD region.

Moreover, with effect from July 1 this year, the traffic spacing requirement between flights on air route M750/B576 transiting through the Hong Kong and Taipei FIRs for South Korea has been reduced from the original 10 minutes to five minutes with a significant increase in the route's capacity.

CAD will continue to enhance airspace management efficiency and increase the capacity of air routes within the Hong Kong FIR so as to provide a safe and efficient service to the travelling public.
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Old August 15th, 2011, 06:06 PM   #3864
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Old August 17th, 2011, 06:00 PM   #3865
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Passengers, Flight Movements Reach New Highs in July
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HONG KONG, 14 August 2011 – Passenger traffic and flight movements at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) continued to report solid growth in July, increasing 5.7% and 8.1% respectively from a year ago to new single-month records of 5.0 million and 28,880. Cargo throughput however continued to show weakness and recorded a year-on-year decline of 6.1% to 341,000 tonnes.

The growth in passenger traffic was driven mainly by visitor traffic, which registered 10% growth over the same period last year. Passenger traffic to/ from South East Asia also performed particularly well.

The cargo decline was attributed to the 8% drop in export volume and 9% drop in import volume. Transshipments grew by 2% year on year, while Taiwan experienced a double-digit drop.

Stanley Hui Hon-chung, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong, said July's traffic performance carried on the recent trend of steady passenger growth and relatively weaker cargo throughput. He added, "As summer is the traditional peak season for leisure travel, we expect passenger growth will continue in August. Meanwhile, in view of the recent changes and volatility in the global financial market, including the downgrade of the US government's credit rating by Standard & Poor's (S&P), we will stay alert and closely monitor the situation in the coming months."

Mr Hui also noted HKIA has further expanded its upstream check-in service in the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region. "We just added Macau Taipa as our fifth upstream check-in ferry point in late July, and we also opened two new city check-in facilities at Shenzhen Futian Coach Station and Shenzhen Grand Theatre in August," he said.

This means passengers of specific airlines can obtain their boarding passes at the two city check-in facilities in Shenzhen before taking the shuttle buses or limousines operating regularly around the hour between these facilities and HKIA for travelling on international flights. At Taipa ferry pier, passengers can also check their bags, making their journey more comfortable. "The extension of the check-in services to more points in Shenzhen and Macau will provide better and more convenient service to passengers who choose to travel through the extensive network of international air services that HKIA has to offer," Mr Hui added.

HKIA's cross-boundary transport network currently covers eight ferry ports and 115 coach destinations in the PRD, moving about 6,300 passengers by ferry and 5,000 passengers by coach or limousine each day.

For the first seven months of the year, the airport handled 30.8 million passengers and 191,375 flight movements in total, up 5.7% and 11.5% year on year respectively. Cargo registered a small decrease of 2.9% when compared with the corresponding period a year ago, amounting to 2.3 million tonnes.

On a rolling 12-month basis, flight movements registered a year-on-year increase of 12.7%, amounting to 326,300 movements. Passenger traffic rose 7.5% to 52.6 million and cargo tonnage increased 3.3% to 4.1 million.
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Old August 18th, 2011, 09:56 AM   #3866
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Old August 21st, 2011, 05:41 PM   #3867
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Old August 22nd, 2011, 07:10 PM   #3869
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HSBC spells out costs of third runway at airport
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Tuesday, August 09, 2011

HSBC says the Airport Authority has to consider construction inflation rates, passenger traffic and competition among airports in the Pearl River Delta before embarking on the territory's biggest stand-alone project of a third runway.

The authority hired the bank to act as external financial adviser to the master plan for the development of the Hong Kong International Airport up to 2030.

The final report of the bank's financial assessment was one of eight reports released yesterday in response to public demand.

The cost of the third runway has been estimated at HK$86.2 billion in 2010 prices, which is equivalent to HK$136.2 billion with inflation. Construction will take about 10 years.

The bank warns that the authority has "a cumulative pre-financing cash shortfall of HK$112.8 billion, of which only HK$11 billion can be prudently financed with additional indebtedness."

The HSBC analysis is based on a capital expenditure of HK$136.2 billion and operating cashflows of HK$185.4 billion.

A key risk to the three-runway option would be future passenger traffic. Forecasts would depend on gross domestic product as well "the competitive dynamics between the major airports and alternative modes of transport in the Pearl River Delta."

Stress tests showed that cash shortfalls could increase from HK$113 billion to HK$133 billion with construction inflation and HK$131 billion with spending overruns.

This funding gap of HK$102 billion for the three-runway option may be met through further equity injections from the government, reduced dividends, additional charges, alternative financing and/or private sector equity financing.
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Old August 27th, 2011, 09:33 PM   #3872
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Old August 31st, 2011, 03:38 AM   #3873
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Airport talks near final approach
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Science is fully in play as planners look at ways to lessen the impact on the environment of a third runway at Chek Lap Kok, a senior executive of the Airport Authority argued as he tried to take the heat out of opposition to the project.

"Development and environment are not mutually exclusive," said executive director of airport operations Howard Eng Kiu-chor as he pointed to more impact studies and mitigation measures once people are convinced of a need for a third runway.

But green groups and some political parties continue to push the authority to extend the consultation, which ends on Friday after three months.

They were at a third runway forum and workshop organized by WWF Hong Kong in Wan Chai yesterday, with Eng claiming the authority has taken the environment into consideration in its proposed master plan.

For instance, Eng said, there would be no marine piling in order not to upset Chinese white dolphins.

But green groups remain unconvinced.

The WWF Hong Kong's climate program head, William Yu Yuen-ping, said his group supports airport improvements but the authority has failed to provide a full picture of the environmental cost if a third runway is to be constructed.

And seeking more consultation on two choices - extending present facilities or a third runaway - Democratic Party lawmaker Emily Lau Wai- hing told Eng: "I don't think, based on what you've done in these few months, that you should come to a conclusion that option two should be adopted."

More "engagement and consultation" is needed, she added, and "if you try to come out and announce that option two is accepted, I think there will be a big uproar in the community."

Law Cheung-kwok of the Aviation Policy and Research Centre at the Chinese University of Hong Kong backs a third runway option.

"Time is running out," he said. "It is urgent and vital to construct the third runway to sustain our position as an international aviation hub."

Separately, the Staff and Workers Union of Hong Kong Civil Airlines is also backing a third runway after a poll of 511 aviation industry workers earlier this month. Eighty percent support it.

At least one more public event is due this week.
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Old September 1st, 2011, 09:00 AM   #3874
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More and more narrow bodies making their way into HKIA...

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Old September 3rd, 2011, 08:09 PM   #3875
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Cathay Pacific Chief Executive reiterates airline’s support for third runway on final day of public consultation period
2 September 2011
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Cathay Pacific Airways Chief Executive John Slosar used his keynote speech at the Aerospace Forum Asia today to reiterate the airline’s support for the building of a third runway at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) as the public consultation period for the proposal comes to an end.

“Hong Kong is about connectivity and the sustainability of the Hong Kong economy and, therefore, the long-term prosperity and wellbeing of Hong Kong people is dependent on us continuing to provide and grow those linkages for the future,” he said.

Mr Slosar also pointed out that the development of a third runway at HKIA is the only viable way to ensure the long-term competitiveness of Hong Kong as an important international financial, trading and logistics, tourism and professional services hub.

“The rest of the world is not standing still, with new aviation infrastructure being planned in Seoul, Bangkok and Mainland China. If we decide to step out of the race, then the others will pass us,” he said.

Mr Slosar said the consultation period had been a robust exercise with many points of view being raised and debated, and then provided an historical context by looking at the issues that were raised in the 1980s when the need for the Hong Kong International Airport was being debated.

“In the mid-1980s and 1990s, questions were raised about the economic benefits of building a new airport, whether it was actually needed or whether Kai Tak could simply continue to operate,” he said. “But I think we would all agree that HKIA has been a tremendous success and has underpinned the development of Hong Kong as an aviation and economic powerhouse.”

Mr Slosar stressed that the economic and social benefits of the third runway would need to be carefully balanced with environmental, engineering and funding considerations.

“The aviation industry in Hong Kong has benefited from an active debate on the many different points of view which should be considered and built into the final project,” he said.
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Some of those aeroplanes shown above are in a bad state! So dirty looking!
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S7 Airlines announces flights to Hong Kong
July 22, 2011
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S7 Airlines, member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance, is glad to announce its new regular flights between Vladivostok and Hong Kong.

The flights will be operated from November 2, 2011 once a week on Wednesdays. Departure from Vladivostok at 12:00, arrival at Hong Kong at 14:30 local time. The return flight of S7 Airlines departs from Hong Kong at 15:35 and arrives at Vladivostok at 23:20.

The flights will be served by Airbus A320 modern aircraft. The aircraft is designed to carry 158 passengers and features a comfortable arrangement of the economy and business class cabins.

«The flights to Hong Kong – the leading financial centre in the region – will allow us to complement the S7 Airlines network with one of the most demanded directions. South East Asia is an important region for our company. S7 Airlines makes up to 14 flights per week from five cities of Russia to the capital of China – Beijing”, Vadim Besperstov, Strategic Development Director noted.
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